Guillaume Depardieu

Born Apr 7, 1971

Guillaume Depardieu was a French actor, winner of a César Award, and the elder son of Gerard Depardieu.

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1971 Birth Born on April 7, 1971.
1974 3 Years Old Guillaume shared the screen with his father several times throughout his career, beginning with his first film role, aged three, playing Gérard's son in Claude Goretta's That Wonderful Crook ("Pas Si Méchant Que Ça") in 1974.


1993 22 Years Old His next appearance beside his father was in Tous les matins du monde in 1993, followed by Count of Monte Cristo in 1998, and Aime Ton Père (titled "A Loving Father" in English) in 2002.
1996 25 Years Old In 1996 he won a César Award (France's national film award) as the most promising newcomer in Les Apprentis. … Read More
1999 28 Years Old Depardieu married actress Elise Ventre on 30 December 1999. … Read More


2003 32 Years Old 1 More Event
…  In 2003, he was fined and given a nine-month suspended prison sentence for threatening a man with a gun.
2004 33 Years Old Guillaume was known to have had a strained relationship with his famous father, which he detailed in his 2004 autobiography Tout Donner (Giving Everything).
2008 37 Years Old 1 More Event
In 2008, he was arrested for driving his scooter while intoxicated.
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